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THE 1IIf.1I1(-'A.N DATL

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Wenley, Newman Club Pace Leagues in I-

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Greene House Edged 19-17; Chi Psi Reigns Mis-Fits Finisi
Champs Take Three Firsts AsIndependent L

Wenley House took the resi-
dence halls 'indoor track cham-
pionship last night, edging out
Greene House and Lloyd House.
Placing first in three events,
Wenley garnered 19 points.
Greene was second with 17 mark-
ers, and Lloyd followed closely
with 17 points and third place.
Bill Huff earned one first
place for Wenley in the 60 yard
dash with a time of .06:9. Frank
Whitehouse, Hatyden House,
was second and Ed Stepkow-
iez, Greene, third in this event.
In the 65 yard high hurdles,I
Wenley placed on top as Gerry
Iler took first with a .09:1 time
and Tom Upton was third. John
Hess, Williams House, was sec-
ond.
Lanky Jack Bryant got the
third Wenley first place victory in
the shot put with a heave of 37'
10". Clyde Reeme, Michigan
House, was close behind with a
37'" toss. Chuck Gibbs marked up
a third place for Vaughan House.
Greene added up its points with
victories in the 440 and the high
jump while Lloyd was very strong
in the 880 and the mile.
Repeating his outdoor win
last fall, Frank Sutton took the
440 in .57:9 for Greene. Keith

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Heiss of Lloyd set a very nice
pace but falte 2d slightly near
the end of the race and came in
second. Greene's Al Neef was
third.
In the high jump, George Jack-
son of Greene and Reeme, top
Michigan point maker, tied at
5'4". Bob Reynolds and Chuck
Freuman, both of Chicago House,
tied for second.
Blaine Ingram was another re-
peat champion from outdoor
track in winning the mile for
Lloyd in the good time of 5.04:2.
Ingram turned on an extra burst
of speed in the last lap to edge out
John Broden of Allen-Rumsey
House. Boyd McCaslin, varsity
cage star and last year's mile win-
ner, took third for 'Allen-Rumsey.
In the half-mile Lloyd made
it a one-two affair with Regi-
nald Ernst coming in first in
2.13:4 and Ilarvey Burley sec-
ond. Burley led the fr2ld for two
laps and then Ernst speeded up
to break the tape first.
John Hess won the pole vault
for Williams with 9'6" effort.
Along with his second place in the
hurdles, this victory gave Hess
high individual point total for the
meet.
Jumping 18'6," Roger Kenyon,
Vaughan, was winner in the broad
jump. Whitehouse, Hayden, was
second and Jacques Duchamp,
Greene, was third.
Following Wenley, Greene, and
Lloyd in the meet totals was Mich-
tan Houspi with 10 2points
Vaughan and Williams tied for
fifth with 10 markers.

Takes Three_
In Tuesday's

Firsts
Mleet

The Newman Club tonight
copped the Independent League
track title by amassing a total of
39 points, 2 2'3 points over its
closest competitor, the Mis-Fits.
The Michigan Christian Fello-

HEY IT'S
ICHIGRAS

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Copping three firsts and two s
seconds, Chi Psi, last year's all- ship scored 18 2/3 counters for
around fraternity sports champs, Dodgers ran last with three points.
picked up their first title of the- d Newman Wins Two Firsts nt
year as they topped a field of 17 ThtNewtop teassTwgaFneses
entries in the Inter-Fraternity The three top teams garnered
track meet, at Yost Field House, three first places each, but the
Tuesday. Newman Club secured two firsts to
Chi Psi's three wwhe give it the slight edge.
ChiPss tee wins came when Pin Ryan, Mis-Fit speedster.
Chuck MeKean ran a 4:59 mile to walked off with 60 yard dash
lead the field in that event. Chi laurels by breaking the tape in
Psi Frank Ederle left the board in .06:9.
the running broad-jump to go 20 In the 65 yard high hurdles,
feet, 3 inch, kicking the dust 634 Junior Wiley of the Newman Club
inches in front of Beta Jim Atch- took home top honors by turning
ison's 19 ft., 6 in. mark, in a .09:1 clocking.
Sisson Shows Promise Snyder of the Michigan Chris-
Bill Sisson took a :55.2 quarter- tian Fellowship brought needy
mile and the third first for Chi
Psi which raised their total to 15
points. Chi Psi Jim Deremo shared
the second place slot in the high + Classified
jump with Phi Gamma Delta's
John Kistler, both jumping 5 ft.,
8 in., an inch short of ATO Tom
Coates' winning mark. BUSINESS SERVICES
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eague V ictors Alpha Omega w ill meet
Sigma Nu in the professional
-- -- -_- --------- ternity bowling final.
points to his team as he copped*
first place in the 440 yard dash, Ted Ewald disposed of Cha
in the exceptionally good time Dell to din the I-M All-Cam
of .54:7. squash tournament.
The half mile run was taken by* *
Cliff McFadden of the Misfits who Sigma Phi Epsiilon overha
beat all opposition to the tape in the Delta Tau Delta team in
2.10:9. last two minutes of the "B" t
The mile run was won by Bruce championship game to eke o
Clark of the Michigan Christian 26-25 victory.
Fellowship in 5.05:1 closely fol- * *
lowed by John Gerlach of New- Bill Reitzer looted in the
man, giving M.C.F. its second first ciding basket to clfmch the ga
place of the evening. for the Sig Eps who had trai
Robert Van Summern garnered throughout most of the game
five more valuable points for New- No individual coutld be ch
man as he reached 17 ft., 8 in, for outstanding play in a b
in the broad jump. decided by team balance.
The Mis-Fits' final victory came Lee Vaccari won the All-C
in the shot put event when Hy- pus bowling title Monday af
man Warshawsky threw the 16 noon in the Union bawling a
pound pellet 38 ft., 8 in., to put by defeating Dick Preston 54
the cap on the 1948 edition of the 476.
Independent track meet. Vaccari rolled games of 162

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Independent, Fraternity, Dorm
All-StarCage Squads Chosen

The recently released I-M All
Star Basketball selections shows
three repeaters from last year's
list, oddly enough, one from each
league.
Hy Warshawshy of the cham-
pion Mis-Fits, George Gordon of
Sigma Alph Mu, and Willard Ba-
ker of Greene House again cap-
tured spots on the Independents.
Fraternity, and Residence Hall
teams, respectively.
The forwards selected on the in-
dependents squad were John ian-
son, who played for the Foresters,
and Hank Klauke, a stellar per-
former on the Newman Club five.
Ed Norris, also a Newman Club
man, was one of the guard selec-
tions, and guard Chuck Lentz of
the Red Devils rounds out the
quintet.
The title-holding Phi Psi's
placed two men on the fraternity
composite, James Beremo at for-
ward and Louis LaPierre at guard.
Jay Wingeart, center for Lambda
Chi, and guard James Ebersole of
Phi Gamma Delta complete the
team along with repeat forward
Gordon.
Frank Whitehouse of Hayden,

Fencing-Last

meeting for this

semester will be held at 4:30 p.m.
today at the WAB. Club activities
will not be resumed until the fall.
Ballet-All members who in-
tend to participate in the club's
program must attend the meeting
at 7:30 p.m. Monday, April 12
in the dance studio of Barbour
Gym. Members unable to attend
are requested to call Barb Forster,
club manager, at 2-5618.
Michifish-Swimming suits or-
dered for Michifish members may
be purchased at Moe's Sport Shop
now.

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ALL CAMPUS MEN
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and Russel Sessions of Wenley
hold down the guard slots on the
Residence Halls team. Don Briggs
of Winchell was named the best
center, and Al Jokela of Vaughn
was selected along with Baker at
forward.
WAA Notices

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14,
and 207 for his total while Preston
mnarked games of 184, 137, and
155.
John Scopis, winning two out
of three games from Lee Setomer,
last night became the Intramural
All-Campus handball champion.

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